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It also does not apply to Data Transmission Services, dark fiber IRUs, or self-provisioned construction projects.According to USAC, "Some E-rate applicants may be under the impression that certain web sites (e.g., Facebook, You Tube) must be completely blocked in order to be compliant with the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) rules. While applicants applying for E-rate support for Internet access and/or Category Two services must adopt an Internet safety policy that includes a technology protection measure to protect against visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography or harmful to minors, left to applicants are 1) the specific technology protection measures that are used and 2) the sites that are blocked." According to CIPA, a library that accepts E-rate funds to access the internet must have a "policy of Internet safety that includes the operation of a technology protection measure with respect to any of its computers with Internet access that protects against access through such computers to visual depictions that are-- According to CIPA, a library that accepts E-rate funds to access the internet must enforce the use of a "technology protection measure" (AKA filter) on all of the library's computers and devices, including staff and adult computers.Regional Chapter Coordinator: Stavros Ladeas – [email protected]/ (570) 269-1154 Family Chapters: Annemarie Whitesel – [email protected] Haven: Adults – Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at PM at the Center for Speech and Learning – 801 Edgewood Avenue (corner of Edgewood and Central Ave.), New Haven, CT (entrance is on Central Ave. For more information, contact Chapter Leader Alida at [email protected] Danette Fitzgerald at [email protected] visit the New Haven Chapter facebook page.Eastern Maine (Bangor): Adults – Meetings are held monthly from -PM at Dysarts Truck Stop (I-95 exit 180).The relevant authority with responsibility for administration of the eligible school or library must certify the status of its compliance for the purpose of CIPA in order to receive universal service support." For more information: order to satisfy CIPA requirements, libraries must have: USAC lets each library decide what content should be blocked and how the filters will be set up and administered.All computers must be filtered, but policies should include the option for disabling the filters for adult (over 18) use. CIPA does not apply if your application is only for telecommunications services and/or interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (Vo IP) services).
For more information, please contact Chapter Leaders Sarah Onofri and Jess Giuffre at Boston [email protected] visit the Boston Adult NSA website.
November 2, 2016: Webinar "Libraries, Filtering and Erate," with Maria Bernier from CSL and Mark Brochu from CEN.
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